Oregon tenants urged to get bid in for state rent help before Dec. 1 cutoff

Some Oregon tenants are losing protection against evictions as the state pauses applications for state help with rent. (Getty Images)

SALEM - The state agency in charge of helping Oregonians cover their rent has nearly run through the $289 million it received from the federal government and will stop accepting applications Dec. 1.

A six-week pause in accepting applications for rent help that was . . .

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